Campbell defensive tackle Greg Milhouse had one of his best performances of the year on the national stage of the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl in Carson, California this past weekend.
Milhouse, the first-team All-PFL selection, hopes to become the first Campbell Camel ever to be drafted in the National Football League.
The 6-foot-3 lineman proved himself as a capable prospect over the weekend, ranking as the second-highest performer on Team American, according to Pro Football Focus.
As Campbell offensive coordinator Landon Mariani points out on Twitter, the transition from Pioneer Football League standout to NFL draft prospect is certainly an attainable goal.
— Landon Mariani (@CUCoachMariani) January 26, 2016
Pro Football Focus noted in their game analysis that Milhouse “had a productive game against a higher level of competition than what he is used to playing against.”
Milhouse finished the night with two quarterback hurries and a batted pass in 18 pass rushing attempts, equating out to what PFF considers a +2.2 pass rush grade.
CBSSports.com currently projects Milhouse as a possible 7th-round pick. This past season, Milhouse led the Fighting Camels with 11.5 tackles for loss while also recording five sacks.
The 2016 NFL Draft will be held this April 28-30 in the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.